is a sign of fatty deposits and calcium build up in your arteries and it can be very dangerous to your health.

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is the leading cause of disability among men and women over age 50. Millions more suffer from arteriosclerosis, or fatty deposits in the arteries, which may lead to PAD. That’s why the Ashchi Heart & Vascular Center, PA. offers state-of-the-art investigations and treatment for this serious health concern.  

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PAD form
Do you experience aching, cramping or pain in your legs, thighs or buttocks when you walk or exercise?
If yes, does the pain subside with rest?

Do you have numbness and tingling in the lower legs and feet?
Are your toes pale, discolored or bluish?
Are your feet cold to the touch?
Do you have any sores or ulcers on your legs or feet that don’t heal?
Do you have difficulty controlling your blood pressure on more than 3 blood pressure medications?
Do you have a personal history of high blood pressure, diabetes or aortic aneurysm?
Do you have a family history of high blood pressure, diabetes or aortic aneurysm?
Have you ever experienced a stroke, mini-stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA)?
Do you or have you had an ulcer on your legs or feet?
Have you had a procedure on your arteries before (stents, balloons, angioplasty)?
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